Sometimes two parties make similar offers to each other without knowing the offer made by the other. These are called cross offers. In such a case, no binding contract will be created as no one has accepted the offer made by the other.
D of Dandy by a letter makes an offer to M of Melbourne to sell his car for $10,000. At the same time M of Melbourne makes a similar offer to D of Dandy to buy his (D's) car for Rs. 10,000. Offers of both D and M cross each other in the post. These offers are called cross offers. Such offers do not constitute acceptance of one's offer by another. For example, it will not mean acceptance of D's offer by M or M's offer by D. Both are making the offer and none of them is accepting the offer. Hence, there is no contract.
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